Head of Systems and Practice

NFP People on behalf of Eastside Primetimers
Homebased though office space is available if required – there will be team days at office in London
£60000 Per Annum (Pro rata)
18 Jan 2022
07 Feb 2022
Part Time
Contract Type

Head of Systems and Practice

Would you like to work for a social sector consultancy and recruitment provider, leading on our operations, systems and learning practice?

Hours: Part time, 3 days per week

Salary: £60,000 per annum (pro rata)

Location: Homebased though office space is available if required – there will be team days at office in London, Old St every fortnight

You will be working for an organisation whose mission is to help charities and social enterprises develop their capacity.

They provide consultancy support and advice across a wide range of areas, including strategy, governance, impact, evaluation, culture, diversity, digital, data protection, mergers and partnerships and income generation. They offer specialist interim, executive recruitment and search services to the not-for-profit sector. They are also committed to sharing learning from their work and experience with the sector, either via their foundation or through publications, round-tables or events.


The aim of the role is twofold: firstly, to lead on the operations including all aspects of the way data is managed and internal systems; and secondly to provide leadership in using these systems to collate and share knowledge/resources in order to add value to the offer that the organisation can provide to its clients and consultants and the impact it can achieve for the social sector.

This is a wide-ranging role, requiring an experienced, self-starting individual who can take both a strategic and oversight perspective, but who is also able to manage and carry-out more detailed operational tasks.

There are several areas of process and procedure which this role will oversee, namely:


  • Client and project administration processes
  • Invoicing and financial forecasting procedures
  • Quality assurance including monitoring and impact systems
  • Collective learning


Benefits of working with here


  • There are a huge variety of organisations in the charity sector, and you will work across all of them, so the work provides real diversity and interest
  • The organisation has strong social values and a genuine desire to do ‘good’ work for ‘good’ organisations
  • They offer flexible working – for example, the 3 days can be worked as compressed hours across the week


Please download the job description for further information before you apply. To apply please send a CV and a covering letter that tells us how you meet the specification. The closing date for applications is Monday 7th Feb.

We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you. We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and warmly welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates.

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